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To the Eckerd College Community, 



Here it is, the '88 Logos! lUe hope you haue as much fun flipping 
through the pages as lue had producing it. 

lUe mould like to apologize for any seniors, dorms, clubs, 
organizations, or sports that uje may haue ouerlooked. Though the 
man poiuer and money luas lacking, me did the best me could . 

We had a great time marking on this year's yearbook. We are 
looking formard to neKt year's. LUe nom haue one year's experience 
behind us. Haue a great summer! 



Thanks, 
'88 Yearbook Staff 



Others mho haue contributed to the making of this book: 



Lisa lUeauer Mark Murphy 

Kief Morris Tina Rlligood 

Joanne Kindred Mindy Gamie 

Siluina Manrique Stacey UJraya 

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Found no connection in that bed; 
So knowing of directions only tvo. 

Let fall the petals from its head : 
A rose is a rose vhen a rose is dead. 

Anonymous 
Never allow school to interfere with your 
eductation. Mark Twain 

Kyle Amon 

1, Max R. Bricka, being of waterlogged mind 
and windblown hair leave : Rescue 2's engines 
to Murray , the problems at the V.F. to Jen, my 
timing light to Brad, an everlasting ski trip to 
Vatch B, and a tremendous college tab to my 
parents. But most of all, I leave my love for 
Stacey for all to see, envy , and enjoy , forever. 
Max R. Bricka 

You can't always get what you want. 
You can't always get what you want. 
You can't always get what you want. 
But if you try sometimes. 
You just might find. 
You just might find. 
You get what you need. 
Rolling Stones 

Stefano Carissimo 

To Cling-Free, I leave sole control of 

Clint Don't forget the "traditional" 

CB's, and Cling, you haven't seen the last of 
mf>! ! 

To the rest of Blakley House, I leave you 
Howie. 

Steve Frew 



I, Charlotte Kondracki, being of sound mind 
and "boogieing" body here to bequeath the 
following : 

To the Surf and Paully , I leave my backrubs. 

To the girls of Knox (and Lisa), I leave my 
favorite pastimes : dancing and sunning. 

To Larry , I leave my Miami music : 
I'll miss miy dancing buddy, Champ! 

And to my friends, I thank you for the best 
memories of my life, best of luck alv/ays. 
Charlotte Kondracki 

To Dr. Reynolds, I leave my invertebrate 
collecton, complete with scar patterns, as well 
3S immeasurable thanks for all the help, 
knowledge, and guidance you've given 
unselfishly . 

To Dr. Ferguson, I leave gratefulness for all 
I've learned. 

To Drs. Roess, Trexler, and Haines, don't 
worry , I won't leave biology . 

To Dr. Jennings, I leave ALOHA! 

To Doc Rock, I leave BUGS! 

To Bill Covert and Lynn Russell, I leave best 
wishes. 

To Nadine, I leave shells with holes and the 
"Bellows" (here's to the future). 

To Valeed, Chris, Andy , Bob, and Rich, I 
leave years of cardiovascular health. . . . 

To Jeannie, I leave dresses and high heels. 

To Jim K., Karen M., Ted B., Howard R., and 
Mary D., I leave every ounce of fortune the 
future can hold for you. 

To Kim B., Dr. Johnston, Megum, and 
Irie-san: Arigate gozaimashita. 

To Eckerd College, I leave unwillingly I 
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To my brother M^rk, I leave my ability to 
show up to class six times and still get a "B" 
vithout classnotes. 

To Mark and Dave, I leave all the entering 
freshmen girls of '88 and '89. 

To rising Junior and Senior males, I leave 
Jen, Michelle, Sandy , and Tracy : Are they as 
innocent as they lead you to believe?!? 

To Jen and Michelle, I leave my room, Ibsen 
24. 

And most importantly , I leave my car to 
Mark! Good Luck! 

Laura Ringley 

Nov what?! Let's get the hell outta here! 
Andrea, Melissa (and James) : 1 love you all! ! 

A child stands motionless. 

He holds a bottle in his hands. 

There's a ship in the bottle. 

He stares at it with eyes that do not blink. 

He wonders where a tiny ship can sail 

to if it is held prisoner in a bottle. 
Fifty years from now you will find out. 
Captain Martin, for the sea (large as it 

is) is only another bottle. 
Richard Brautigan 

Joellyn M. Ferguson 

. . . but those who hope in the Lord will 
1 renew their strength. 

They will soar on wongs like eagles; 
they will run and not grow weary ; 
they will walk and not be faint. 
Isaiah 40;31 

Melinda Nykamp 



Being of sound mind and body , I, Jeanie 
Connell bequeath my estate to the following 
recipients : 

To Tan-imy Vredwoogd (my loving 
roommate), I leave my hamster "Retard", my 
replenishing envelopes, and all the food in my 
refridgerator. 

To Tom Vest, I leave all of my books. 
(they 're all from your class!) 

To Katy Townsend, I leave miy pictures of 
"Mister Wonderful ". 

To Fred Savage (miy love), I leave a case of 
Copenhagen, whatever food Tarnmiy doesn't eat, 
and my little Escort, and all the fishing tackle I 
ov/n . 

Jeanie Connell 

To Skip Bradley , i leave my Elvis posters, 
Jason postcard, and Death handkerchief. 

To Chase Smith, I leave enough car wax for 
him to wax his car every Saturday morning. 

To Rob Rodgers, I leave a clue. 

To Rich McNair, I leave my radio and shirts 
that he already has. 

Russ Newman 

My Eyes ^r^ blind, hut I can see. 
The snowflakes glisten on the trees. 
The sun no longer sets n"ie free, 
I feel the snowtlakes freezing me. . . 

Dreams that have shattered. 
May not have muttered. 
Take another point of view. 

Eric "Buzz" Yaskot 




I , Doris Baiiini^ being of sound mind and 
body do hereby bequeath the following : 

To Brian, I leave a chicken sandvhich with 
cheese and heavy mayo, all of the Disney 
movies. Face Without A Nanie, the keys to miy 
Datsun which he drives more than me anyway , 
a year's supply of shampoo, future summers 
without $S0 phone bills, a gaseous cerebrum, 
2- hour love sessions 4 times a day , a lifetime 
of being babied, all my love and memiories of 
the past 3 years. Fletch lines ("He ain't doing 
no singin' with the Tabernacle Choir"), 
Stellazzini, dock, Springsteen, Cowboy, the 
shore, CCC, state b-ball, BK runs, naked pizza 
parties, "Like Multiple", "Did you go to the 
Springsteen concert?", The T.I.T., guitar 
lessons, and "Rutgers". 

To Clare, I leave a third of the royalties 
from the "Psych Lab" song when it hits the 
charts, a "rollodex" full of miemories, 
congestion-free days, a yellow-bellied sap 
sucker, a 16-n-iinute breath. The Snyder 
Self-Monitoring Scale, a hand to smiell, a 
squeaky door that wakes you up at 6 :00 am, 
Fletch dialogue ("Got the whole fist in there 
Doc?"), all the memories of being senior 
roon-in-iies, a new exercise ball for Little Girl, a 
data-less year ahead, She-Man reruns, all of 
n-iy love and the best of luck in the future as 
Mrs. Clare Kirchman. 

To Susie, I leave a guide to get you through 
the French Metro while you sleep, a hoarse 
voice to sound like the "Boss", a bottle of 
Tylenol for putting up v/ith me for 3 years, a 
boat to sail back to the Don Cesar, the book that 
I'd like to write together on "How To Get 'j-'our 
Man Back", and a big hug for all we've been 
through together. 



To Maria (Ree), I leave a special calling card 
number that dials anywhere in the world in less 
than a minute for all your international loves, 
my partridge family records (any you don't 
already have), a farm house with no 
electricity , '"v/hat is this a convention 
center?", my little brother, and all my love and 
thanks - Italian sisters forever. 

To Tracey, I leave all my "Cars" tapes, a 
weekend getaway ticket to Mexico, a golf cart 
that can't be moved without a key , all the men 
at Cowboy , and a special thanks for my first 
tampon. 

To Dawn, I leave a jaccuzzi so that we won't 
have to go from hotel to hotel, sunbathing on 
Jeff's ledge freshman year, a hug for all the 
great advice you've given me, and lots of love 
and luck in the future. 

To Michelle, I leave a grass skirt for our 1 
year reunion, 6 dozen Halloween pumpkins, the 
real story about Heartbreak Ridge, and the best 
of luck in the future. 

To Carla, I leave all our freshman bus rides 
together for 9 :30 mass at Blessed Trinity . 

To Todd, I leave a set of earplugs to wear 
whenever I have man problems, a debate-less 
year ahead, and a "girder" to support your 
future. 

To Susan, I leave all our 70's golden oldies - 
"Halfbreed", "Gypsies Tramps and Thieves", 
"Seasons in the Sun", "Billy Don't Be A Hero", 
a Stevie Nicks albuni collection, "Stand Back, 
Stand Back", The Best of Suzanne Vega, take 
the skinheads bowling, a heartfelt thanks for 
letting me listen to your song - The Veil is 
fantastic. I'll miss you so much next year. 





To Marg-drt'l:, I lea •.••«■ the other third of the 
roy. cities for the "Psyoh Lib" .-onq , d t.jnk top 
to ve.3r to the PL, a big bulge of happines.- in 
the future, an eyebrow - pubio (private) hair 
detector, the ability to deal with a panic 
situation, you can't tell mom in degrees, a new 
telephone because I've worn yours out, the 
ability to dodge falling boards in a BRA, and all 
my love always - maybe we'll end up at 
Rutgers together, or at least in Nev/ Jersey . 

To Jeff, I leave a suitcase so he can be 
packed and out of here in two hours. 

To Professor Jeff Howard, I leave twelve 
handwritten test booklets, a subscription to 
Self-Monitors of An-ierica Magazine, and all my 
love and thanks to you for helping n-ie to 
understand the "Amiino Acids" of Psychology . 

To Professor Mark Davis , I leave a lifetime 
supply of Media Graphs (the beauty of 
research), shares in the PJestle's chocolate 
manufacturing comipany , 1500 miore lollipops, 
and most of all thanks for all your help and 
support, '■[■'our classes taught n"ie so n-iuch, and I 
don't think I '11 ever forget what I've learned in 
them. It's great to be able to laugh and le.=irn at 
the san'ie time. 

To Kim Kirby , I leave flexible grip control, 
fun and memories of freshmian year, a free 
ticket to sneak into the pool, a catapult, a nev/ 
"En-iotions" tape, and all n-iy love to the 
greatest friend ever. 

To my fan^iily , I leave all n"iy love and thariks 
for n^iaking mie what I am. I love you all I ! 
Doris Eazzini 

Thanks to my parents for n-iaking everything 
possible. All n'ly love. To Mike, thanks for being 
the best hubby in the world, miy love forever ; 
and Karen ren"ien-iher all the good timies. 
Catalina \Y'atson 



To the EC inn-iates, I, Mary Dern'iody , leave 
long nights in the lab, all-nighters writing a 
paper or putting together a "v/ell-kept" journal, 
sv/an-iping in Marine Invertebrates, lost meal 
cards, sen"iinar, roaches in the bathroon-i, 
spiders in the bathroon^i, no toilet paper in the 
bathroom, obscene notes on message boards, 
finals, n"iidtern"is, and any other tests, flu 
epidemics, the Munch Mobile, Sunday lunches in 
Saga, buying $1 50 v.'Orth of books each 
semester, dorn"! furniture, n^iaking new friends, 
parties, singing B-52's on the John, the London 
Victory Club, shopping at Albertson's in your 
pajamas, cruising dorn"i drive for no reason, 
real mail in your boxes and having fun in a 
sen^ii-retarded kinda way ! ! I 
P.S. I would leave the n-ien"iories, but I'n-i taking 
them with mei ! 

Mary Dermiody 

I, Margaret Racaniello, leave to these 
looney -tunes the following: 

To Greg, 1 leave "Mind if I watch the 
A-Tean-i?!", Ronald Reagan at Sid Vicious, Lamp 
Man, a Peanuts coloring book, "some people 
may think it's imimioral...". Lurch, V/ide 'vr'orld 
of Spurts subscription, homemade miatioh ball 
soup, 130 n"iph n"iinin"iun-i, canned Can-ipbelTs 
won ton soup for an emergency , all the time we 
spent agonizing over RA interviev/s, a 
speedon-ieter that stops at 85 n-iph, sexual hour 
and revolutionary hour, dirty dishes at the 
Keys, "V/e'll be O.K. as long as we don't go near 
the bed", puppet strings, CUN-HA!, danks and 
head butts, Scott's sheets, aerodynan-iic, anal 
lips, farting on con-in-iand, bathing Blotto in the 
Scott House tub, a lifesize Ran-ibo doll for you 




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and Blotto, "VeVe going to study Spanish ", 
Figueroa's torture methods, the Munchmobile 
record, a fight vith 2 homosexuals if you don't 
play the Village People, the masturbatory and 
sodomistic representative of our club, rights to 
the word "dude", " Little Guitars", "growing 
up" together, a special bond, all that ve gained 
from being best friends, my everlasting love 
for alvays being there, understanding and 
knoving me so well, accepting and loving me 
unconditionally , the Good Love... 

To Clare, I leave a microphone for singing 
"You Light of My Life", "I'm gonna f — you up 
the butt!", 3 hours of sleep during Autumn 
Term, the Pub every Tuesday , Thursday , 
Friday, and Saturday night, "my, how, you've 
grown", a virgin to sacrifice at the S+M club, 
"Now there's my favorite R.A.", a how-to book 
for cleaning your refrigerator, Morticia, cod 
Todd, MacDougall's vocabulary , rights to the 
word "refreshing", grilled cheese and french 
fries, the human tampon, the trap, 2 tales of 2 
cities (it's still stupid), gravy for your 
macaroni, "that's a good idea," B.B. + R.C., 
"you don't have to hold the handle", a tape 
recording of all your jokes so you can laugh 
yourself silly , "he's really intelligent", 
meditating in Morris House, Oprah Hour, 
Kahlua, "get out of town", page 218, Macaroni 
and cheese, our predictions for the future. 
From Cow Back to Human, Blimpo No Snacko!, 
No Fat Chicks!, "You have a beautiful crotch", 
Todd 7, Kitty and Kenny Kirchman, being the 
first one to "tie the knot", a lifetime friend, all 
the happiness in the world... 



To Ellen, I leave "Congr adulations on your 
engagement", the Kiwi fruit from August to 
May , an "I Hate Boys Club" bumper sticker for 
the Shupenmobile, the Big C, the honor of being 
the member of our club who's been kicked out 
the most, lesbian dreams and pranks, "Next 
time we will all get kinky together", a ride to 
the BK drive-thru twice in 10 minutes, "I 
transferred", a regular spoon for eating an 
omelette or stromboli, "Does he live in our 
dorm?". Rock (I'm not small everywhere!). 
Thing, "That 103 degree fever is all from 
nerves", the paper we used to figure our 
chances of making RA, "Breasties", Grouper 
Shuper, maxi-pads that read "I want you!" one 
week, a Margarita-Elena party, ten different 
versions of "Let's go to bed", a plane ticket to 
Germany and a razor for when you return, a 
walk to the seawall with a hetrosexual male 
with great teeth, enough laughter and faith for 
a lifetime. 

To Kristen, I leave a bet you're guaranteed 
to win, all the points you want every Saturday 
night, "Take me to Denny's and I'll be your best 
friend!", a car without payments due, rice 
cakes, the man with no popo, Gomez, the room 
adjacent to mine ten years from now in the 
maternity ward, a nickname, a 6 foot tall 
well-built Linguini to share an incredible and 
special life with. 

To Melody , I leave "I'm selfish and 
controlling!", a presentation of the B-B-B-Big 
M-M-M-Money , Big Oral, the title of muscle 
control coordinator, a daily supply of bread and 
water, an eight inch Jolly Joe, "It's been since 
-", "Ooh, aah, what a feeling, go man go - 
touchdown! !" 



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To Howard, I leave "Magina came dovn from 
New Jersey . . .", a Big V with a bald beaver, 
Valentine's dance freshman year and revisited 
senior year, a picture of you when you were 
bald, "You're too beautiful for a name like 
Magina.", withdrawal symptoms from a day 
without gossip, "Vhen ire' your parents 
coming? I need a free meal.", and a night with 
"I'm an exhibitionist and I'm free" if you shov/ 
her your vision. 

To Susan, I leave Hanna and Savannah, 
Phyllis' jello jam, "Vill you do mine too?", a 
breastical ornamentation and a nostical 
oralmentation. Cousin It, "no shoes, no shaving, 
and no jewlery ", a fork, "even Larry ", 
earrings from America, a bra that's awesome 
for flashing, your own BK chain in Australia. 

To Mary D., I leave the numbers 1911, 
1912, and my Petunia Marge Rose. 

To Mary Z., I leave euthanasia - go, go, go!, 
the 'v/uss Patrol Fan Club presidency , a lifetime 
worth of gossip till dawn. 

To Becky , I leave Sade at the Keys, long 
talks on lazy days, sunshine. 

To Harold, I leave free driving lessons, my 
vision and my appetite, a couple pairs of Calvin 
Klein underwear, shorts that don't glow in the 
dark, hours of "do", strawberry , a late night 
swim, a smile, a wonderful life. . . 

To Tina, I leave Oprah as our idol, "Vill you 
give me a hug?". The Never-Ending Diet. . . 

To Mark Smith, I leave my appreciation of 
your perverted humor, good advice, insight, 
and Kahlua. 

To Tom Vest, I leave 1 6 counts. Clinical and 
Counseling pop quizzes, and thanks for my 
favorite class - Gestalt Psychology . 



To Professor MacDougall, I leave a 
Budweiser belt buckle, Michael Jackson gloves, 
DD, rights to the word "parsimonious", every 
source file that caused me weeks of agony . 
Margaret Racaniello 

To Doris Bazzini, I leave the Stellazzini 
Alliance, the dock, the fort, and the platform, 
naked pizza, a lifetime time supply of Farina, 
Disney Vorld, Space Mountain's favorite 
passenger - P.V., Late Night with Frank 
Cannon, 101 Dalmations, a Springsteen concert 
together, summer vacations, city excursions 
and boardwalk nights. All my gratitude and 
appreciation for not only being my love, . . . but 
also my friend. 

To Todd Stewart, I leave a sudden trip to 
Tampa, an eight-pack of diet Coke, a good laugh 
about the Bugg, and a Jackson Browne cassette 

To Rich Dean, I leave Autumn term 
afternoon which we slept through, a road trip 
to Tallahassee, a car fire in the ashtray , first 
song of the second side of Bruce's seventh 
album. 

To Mark Richardson, I leave free laundry 
service for a year, a Cobra and a phone to 
"phone home", Morris Day songs, late night 
food hunts with hardly any cash, and the book : 
Ten Easy Vays to Stop Snoring or At Least So 
Your Rommate Can't Hear, by Dr .Bobby 
Lowondo. 

Brian Stella 

Friends, laughter, parties, and places, there i; 
much I wish to remember about Eckerd College 

To my dorm, Berkeley House, I leave the 
room inventories and two unopened rolls of / 

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To Eric^ I must admit that his fish vas the 
I biggest. 

To my special friend^ CarU Corrina Cosio, 1 
leave a year's supply of Saga donuts and 
jogging at the crack of davn. 

To Mary Zimnick, I leave my phone number. 

To Caroline Crosby, I leave my suntan lotion 
and beach bag. 

To my dear friends, Val-lerry and 
Polly morph, I leave memories of the beach, 
Jimmy Buffett, cheeseburgers, Meyers, late 
night study parties, the three stooges, the 
Monkees, Chicago, Atlanta, Alma, London, diet 
Coke, and all my love. Ve'll alvays be more 
than Christmas card friends. 
Goodbye Eckerd College! ! ! 

Sara Leah Valker 

I, Tracey Merithev, being of sound mind and 
body (I think) bequeath the following: 

To ALL my friends, I leave "thanks" for 
your friendship and all the fun times. 

To Carla Cosio, I leave my car, bunk beds, 
and Larry's Ice Cream. 

To Sue "0" Kilner, I leave beach sand. The 
Old Vorld Cheese Shop, and "T. Lou". 

To Doris "Bazz", 1 leave a bottle of rum, 
black boots, and a certain golfcart. 

To Val Cerny , I leave my sense of humor. 

To Kim McBride, I leave my "tan". 

To Gretchen Fajaro, I leave my Spanish 
grammar book, and my high tops. 

To Paul Braham, I leave a BK chicken 
sandvich, and Donna's car keys. 

To Hap Johnson, I leave all my JCP notes 
that he missed in class. 

To Matt S., I leave my French book (and no, 
it doesn't have all the answers). 



To all the students who I tutored in Spanish, 
I leave all my notes and lots of luck - Lonnie, 
Mike, Chris, etc. . 

Finally, to all my friends, I leave a sad 
goodbye and a supply of stamps and stationary. 
Please keep in touch, this is not the end but the 
beginning. 

Tracey Merithew 

I, Chris Brinales, being of not totally sound 
mind and body , leave my stereo and albums to 
my ex-roomie Donna Totani, not really! ! 
Psych! ! I want to say to all my friends thanks 
for the memories and good times, you know 
who you are. I hope everyone had as much fun 
as I did here at the Eckerd College country club 
for the past four years. This has been one of 
the best times of my life and I thank you all for 
it. Now remember to keep in touch always, and 
who will be the first to go down in marriage?!? 
Remember me in the freezing cold in Chicago 
and come visit soon. Good luck to you all!!!! I 
also want to say thanks to my parents for 
giving me this opportunity to attend such a 
wonderful college, I love you both and thank you 
so much for everything!! I also leave, for all 
the people who love the seawall, the hooks on 
the palms trees for your hammock. Enjoy! ! 

Last but not least : 
One slip and down the hole we fall. 
It seems to take no time at all, 
A momentary lapse of reason, that binds a life 
for a life. 
The one regret, you'll never forget, there'll be 
no sleep here tonight. 
Pink Floyd 
May Thursday night KEGS live forever, Oberg! ! 
Chris Brinales 




\, Clare' ti-arie Todd^ bi?irig of psychologicdlly 
over-stimuldted mind and stimulating body , to 
all of my friends, vhom I hate to leave and who 
have helped me to make it through Eokerd, I 
leave you love, happiness, and the v/ish that 
you vill all chase after your dreamis. Through 
the past four years I have lived through much 
with different people , to them I leave the 
following miemories. V/ith these memories I 
hope that we oan always miaintain that love and 
happiness that we all shared at Eckerd College. 

To Melody , the director and the planner, I 
leave, "Melha Toast", "So Happy Together", 
"Jolene", "Big Oral", "Go get me a chocolate 
icecream, Mel!", flip-flops. I also want to 
leave you with the v/ish that you v/ill suceed in 
all you endeavors - don't ever give up! 

To Ellen, Elle - Belle, I leave, instant ice tea 
and coffee, smielling poop, "You guys", "20 
seconds is all that's necessary!", I also leave 
you v/ith a friendship that you can always count 
on. Thank you for always inspiring me and for 
being such a good friend. Oh yea, if v/e stole all 
of your dirty laundry , what v/ould you vf^-^r? 

To Margaret, Marge, Short Shit, etc., I 
leave, "going to town", "Oooohhhmmm", 
"Thursday Pub nights", "\/ho's going to bet me 
$50 I'll get a 4.0 this semester?", "grilled 
cheeses, french fries, and pie a la mode", 
"\v'hat can we bet?", "Party Favors", "This is 
the year of the wuss". Thanks for being the 
best friends that anyone could ask for. ''I'ou ^r^ 
the sweetest and a very special person in n"iy 
life. Thank you for helping mie to grow so n'luch 
in such a short amount of tin-ie. Thank you 
always for your honesty and never stretching 
the truth. 



To Becky, the Beckster, I leave, "It's five 
'til five let's go to dinner", "Take the n-ioney 
and run!", Tomi Petty 's "An-ierican Girl". 
Thanks for all your support and love, 'r'ou have 
been a great friend and of course, a great 
roomimate. I'll never forget the trip the the 
Keys, when we jammied to "American Girl", 
"Excitable Boy", and got sick of "Take the 
n"ioney and run!". It was great! See you in 
Altanta! 

To Janice, Niece, I leave. Droopy , Pink, 
V/ebster's dictionary , a year's supply of 
hairspray . 'j-'ou ^rs terrific friend and were a 
great roommiate. Thanks for putting up with 
me! Vi'e had such a great time! Remiember the 
Sid Vicious and Hallov/een parties and hov'- we 
would all get dressed up together? That vas 
fun! Stay away fromi strav/berry daquiris and 
visit me a lot in Atlanta! 

To Doris, Jeannie, Baz:, Boris, I leave, 
"bulge of happiness", "I'm sorry", "syn-ipathy " , 
"I feel a lot less congested Tom", "Say it Doris, 
Thy His is a wonian!'". I don't think that the 
psych lab would have been half as fun without 
you! I knov/ that n^iy senior year v/ouldn't have 
been, you big fat emotional tart, you. 

To Greg, I leave, "Are those shorts from 
the kidney?", "Did you v/ash themi yet?", 
'r'ou 're the kind of friend everyone hopes to 
have — a lot of fun and always caring. Thanks 
for being such a good friend. 

To Susan McGuzin, I leave, '"v/ill ya gin-in-ie a 
hug, will ya gimn^ie a hug?", "70 's songs", 
"Beecher Bee Gees Bash", "She's a brick 
house!". You're the greatest! Thanks for all 
the good timies! I love you Guzin! 

To Jeff, I leave a rolodex. Thanks for being 
a terrific friend and for being my partying pal! 




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To Kristen, I leave ^ "You guys''^ "Days of 
our lives", "Yea, 'Baohelor Party' vas great". 
Heave you duties as president of our looal v/uss 
partrol chapter — stomp on them! It was so 
much fun at school vith you! (and that's the 
queerest sentence). Til n-iiss you next year. 

To Paul, I leave, "If they ask you my 
nickname, lie", "You all are a vaste of sperm", 
" Eel" Thank you for giving me your last name! I 
love you! 

To BT, I leave, "Next time ve vill get kinky 
together", "BT is so intelligent." 

To the Keys gang, I leave, "Margaret and Greg 
do the dishes!" Let's do it again soon! 

To Jeff Moreno, I leave you with the thanks 
for being my favorite person to debate with! It 
was lots of fun. 

To Mary Z., thank you for all the fun we had at 
4 :00 in the morning discussing things when I 
had tests to study for. It was v/orth it! Also, it 
was fun sharing about high school experiences 
and memories. Thanks for being my friend. 

To Andy Haines, Thank you for being such a 
big influence on my involvement in ECOS and 
FISA. You really taught me a lot and I appreci- 
ate it. I also loved all the fun we had joking 
around and at FISA conventions. 

To Professor MacDougall, thank you for 
challenging me and for being tlexible when we 
needed it. 

To Professor Tom V/est, I leave you with 
"Cogitate", 4 hours, PMR, and pop-quizzes. 
Thank you also for being a great influence on 
me. I really have learned a lot. 

To Professor Jeff Howard, I leave you with 
those dreaded cartoons and the dog that did 
"non-student doggings." Thanks for being a 
great professor. I feel that you and your 
classes were very influential and helped me in 
1 4 exploration of my future goals. 



To Mark Smith, I leave, "Yes, I know, today is 
Thursday." Thanks for all your help and 
guidance. It is really appreciated! 

To my favorite cousin, Sandi, Thanks for 
being terrific! It was fun going to college 
together! If you're passing through Atlanta on 
your way home - stop over to visit next year! 

To Mary and Howard, you guys ire the 
greatest. Thanks for all the fun times! 

To Margaret and Ellen, since we started here 
together from the beginning here ^re some 
special memories that could not be left out: ^ 
"Yup, yup, I see what you mean, yup, yup!", "Is 
that a quote" (the Quote book), "Pour more back 
of it in", "I can tell just by the way he sings 
that he's blind", "I wish the HMO lady would 
say something?", "Do any of the good people go 
to class?" I am going to miss you guys very, 
very much. From here on we will go on our 
seperate ways but we will always be together 
in spirit and love. These ire the important 
things. 

Love, 

Clare Todd (Future Clare Kirchman) 

I, Tony Merritt, being of concurrent mind 
and tall body do hereby leave: my kitten/IBM 
Interface to Mark Fishman, my semantics to Ed 
Gallizzi for his realization, and my other "Good 
'vi'holly Moses" resting tablet to "The Meach". 
Robert "Tony " Merritt 

To future Newtonites, I leave the reigns of 
the Newton Around the Vorld Party . 

To Tluszcz, I leave one article of Kimmie's 
lingerie. 

To Rosenberg, I leave .... flexing. 

To Malek (Rasta Raja), I leave memories of 

the Big H at the Harp. 

Chris Basley 



I, Ellen Shupe^ leave the folio ving. 

To Margaret, I leave, a perspective student 
(v/hat's her name?), a soup spoon and a 
polaroid, a rubber tree in case you get lucky , 
aperfect night to valk to the sea wall, 
underwear hanging from the salad bar, a train 
and a towing service, twice through B.K., and 
one of the infamous bets. 

To Clare, I leave, a bathroom stall in the 
Holiday Inn lobby , a racoon (should I be 
scared?), a Kleenex (ar^ you dying?), 
pepper n'lint patties in a locked treasure chest, 
and Cremora at 4 :00 am in Rich's room. 

To Howard, I leave, a polyester John in 
downtown St. Pete, a get-well present straight 
from St. Anthony's dumpster, and a cheese and 
wine party v/ith Dr. Schooley. 

To Paul, Greg S<. Margaret, I leave a midget in 
a trenchcoat - " not all of me is small." 

To Melody (the delightful treat) and Clare, I 
leave a team pumping and free footballs from 7 
- 11. 

To Hov/ard and Scott, I leave a 1985 U2 
concert and a lady with electrodes on her chest. 

To Gina T., I leave, a free weekend in my bed 
with the "mammoth." 

To John, I leave, a Smith-Corona so you can 
improve your "typing" skills, the big C, a 
telephone, and writing privelages for a book 
entitled Everyday Excuses for the 
Layperson. 

To the Queen, I leave, a long muscles new 
wardrobe and do, and the ability to recognize a 
good exam. 

To Kristen, I leave, rice cakes and a night of 
two of my favorites: "Dirty Dancing" and 
Journey . 

To Tim, Clare, Howard, and Mary, I leave, a 
stray shopping cart in the Berkeley Square 
parking lot. 

To Zeus, I leave, "Strobe Light," Rufus, and a 
pastic funnel in your gas tank. 



To Joni, I leave, a treasure hunt that takes 
you to a killer dog car lot in Clearwater, a 
hat-chasing expedition, and a couple of thorough 
searches through my room, (incidentally, do 
you need a haircut?) 

Ellen Shupe 

I, David Trieloff, leave the following. 

To Mongo, I leave, the tv/o things he wants 
most : Meov/ Mix and his ov/n missile. 

To Al, I leave. Minoxidil and a jar of Vaseline 
for the two things he needs mjost. 

To Shag, 1 leave, a customized golf cart for 
the Physical Plant. 

Stephanie gets v/hat she wrote a check for. 

To Lexi, I leave, n^iy one sweater. 
To Skip, I leave, miy filmis (including "Snuff," 
"Animal," and "Lolita"). 

Finally to Liz, I leave, my you-know-what, 
under lock and key . 

David Trieloff 

I, Sylvia Anna Golden, being of confused n-iind 
and overworked body leave the following 
messages. 

To Ehat-wana, I leave, Sunv/atsen, and 
whatever other names come to mind, the round 
bed, Kase and the baby boom, and most 
importantly, everything sexual. 

To Git (mit eine Brust), I leave, my thanks for 
the best times, the drunken German conversa- 
tions, Sybolic Logic, and the survey of my 
scrappy body . 

To Terrence, I leave, these following 
thoughts: Chinese dinner, Godiva chocolates, 
Spring Balls, and Duckie. "You're Heaven on 
Earth . . . and that's an understatement. I love 
you!" 

To Louigi, I leave, Tet ti Zeet! 

To Mom and Dad, I leave, TMJ, all my love 

and thanks, and a monsterous medical and 

school bill. 

Sylvia Golden 

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Humanities 



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McKay 

Humanities 





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Merithew 

International Studies 



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Tollini 

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Religion 



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space. Go aheacC M^ith vpour 

Bitty 



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Braddock 

Human Resources 




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Ott 

Human Resources/ 
Psychology 



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Dorndeelers 

Management 



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Thomas 

International Business 







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Topkin 

Political Science 






Susan L. 
Kilner 

Management 





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Cook 

Communications 









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Conner 

Management 





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Kennedy 

Biology 



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Nolan, Jr. 

Economics 






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Meaders 

Management 




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Diebel 

Computer Science 



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McHale 

Computer Science 







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Ketterling 

Psychology 




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Scallion 

Biology 



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Eisele 

Psychology/ 

Human Resouces 

After EC: marry Jan 

Paul Nagel (class of '84), 

settle in St. Pete w/ him 

and Hook (my cat). 




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Msawel 

Management 






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Carter 

Human Resources 




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is channel 13. 
Sesame Street, 
k'fiat does it tneatv? 

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Curd 

Management 




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Genoyer 

Management 



Rebecca J. 
Nelson 

Sociology 




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Moreno 

Economics 




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Philosophy 



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Amon 

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Sociology 



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Psychology 



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Management 



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Management 





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Church 

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Rahall 

History 





Susan 
Casey 

Visual Arts 





Karl J. 
Sieg 

History 



Elisa L. 
Brancato 

Literature 





Stefano 
Carissimo 

International Business 




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Management 



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Braun 

Philosophy 






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Hartmann 

German 



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Coe 

Management 




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Gibbons 

Sociology 





Paul J. 
Cunha 

Management 



Catalina E. 
Watson 

Biology/ 
German 




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Skrivan 

Management 




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Foote 

Human Resources 



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Bechtel 

Human Resources 







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Crosby 

Human Resources 




William G. 
Logan 

Political Science 



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Kondracki 

March 18 

Human Resources 

Favorite song: "Push It", 

Favorite saying: S.M.L.T. 

Pastimes: dancing, 

sunning, socializing 

Things: the beach, 

flowers, balloons. 



Jeanie C. 
Connell 

Human Resources 




Patricia A. 
Black 

Music 



cookies, sunsets, children 
After EC: possibly child- 
ren's activities for a 
cruiseline - eventually a 
preschool or 
Kindergarten teacher 





Brian 

Stella 

Russian 



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Bushey 

Economics 





Terence W. 
Grantges 

Computer Science 



Annelise 
Skofteland 

Economics 





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Dalton 

Human Resources 




Kenneth R. 
Smith, Jr. 

Management 




Ellen 
Shupe 

B-day December 1 1 

Biology 

After EC: teaching in 

Japan for 1 year, and 

then med school. 






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Brennan 

Management 





Bradlea - Lynn 
Bovenkerk 

Human Resources 



David P. 
Trieloff 

Economics/ 
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Stephanie K. 
lonedes 

Human Resources 
"Where's the sauce ?!?" 




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Todd 

Psychology 



James L. 
Hathaway 

Religion 







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Dube 

Psychology/ 
Human Resources 



James D. 
Heaton 

International Studies 




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Eliades 

Management 



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Donovan 

Music 





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Harrison 

Music 



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Dermody 

Biology 










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Enne 

History 





Valerie L. 
Cerny 

Literature 



Michael A. 
Gross 

Management 





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Black 

Management 




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"Boo" 
Smith 

B-day June 25 

Mathematics/ 

Human Resources 

Things I will miss most 

about EC: the caring and 

helping people, they've 



helped me through the 
hell of times. I hope I 
did the same for a few 

of them. 

After EC: teaching (high 

school math and health 

education in a 

corporation). 





Timothy S. 
McDonald 

Sociology 



Natalie R. 
Everett 

Human Resources 





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Merrit 

Computer Science 



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Harcrow 

Public Relations 

"Known for falling 

down at least twice a 

week." After EC: an 

MBA of Masters in 

Communications from 

any school that will let 

me in. 



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Kalpakian 

Chemistry 







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Golden 

German/ 
Philosophy 



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McNair 

Management 




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Giangrasso 

International Business 



Chris M. 
Basley 

Human Resources 

So long Folks! 

It's been fun! 

Remember: Floyd, 

Collins, Bosox, and 

Basley's Beantown Bar 

and Bungalo. 




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Thomas 

American Studies 



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Brandstadter Johnson Smith ReiUy 

Biology Chemistry Creative Writing Creative Writing 



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Douglas Carrick Perez Helton Ellenburg 

Biology Biology Chemistry Creative Writing Creative Writing 



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Kub 

Biology 

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Ousta 

Biology 

Lisa Marie 
Fritz 

Biology 



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Voisin 

Biology 

Jean M. 
Stewart 

Biology 



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Communications Creative Writinj 



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Economics 

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Economics 



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Greene 

Human Resources 


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Bourne 

Literature 


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Byrne 

Management 


Michelle M. 


Stephen M. 


Wendy C. 


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Michelle E. 


Smith 


Frew 


Foote 


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Harrison 


Economics 


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Economics 


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Lane 


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Human Resouces 

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Ray 

International Business 

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Anthropology 

Charity T. 

Karcher 

Russian 

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Langford 

Management 

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International Business 


Management 


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Sandra H. 


George L 


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Weber 


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History 


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Chamberlain 


Iwanski 


Marvin 


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Carlos E. 


Patrick G. 


Diane L. 


Quinn K. 


Hunter 


Tamayo 


Hall 


Mennella 


Jennings 


Management 


Management 


Political Science 


Psychology 


Theater 


Michael P. 


Eric T. 


Debra A. 


Philipe 


Lillian B. 


Kort 


Larson 


Plamowski 


Paul 


McCord 


Management 


Management 


Political Science 


Psychology 


Theater 


Gregory J. 
Cesarz 

Management 


Joseph J. 
Beaulac 

Management 


Todd E. 
Copeland 

Political Science 


Douglas C. 
Ashton 

Psychology 


Robert Scott 
Preston 

Theater 


Steven J. 


Todd B. 


Laura Beth 


Olga 


Robin R. 


Carbone 


Stewart 


Ringley 


Athanasiou 


Meador 


Management 


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Psychology 


Theater 


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Edward J. 


Roger W. 


Dianne M. 


Eric J. 


Lamarca 


Anderson 


Burgess 


Laurence 


Campbell 


Management 


Management 


Political Science 


Sociology 


Sociology 


James C. 


Edward A. 


Michael S. 


VVillem A. 


Carl W. 


Jenkins 


Berry 


Pandolfo 


Van de Weerd, Jr. 


Cleaver 


Management/ 


Biology/ 


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Psychology/ 


Physics 


Economics 


Marine Science 


Management 


Computer Science 




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Peppe 

Management 


Shana 
Smith 

Vlarine Science 


Susan M. 
O'Keefe 

Political Science 


Stacy L. 
Moffatt 

Sociology 


Anna L. 
Tonna 

Music 


Christopher P 


James M. 


Robert E. 


Scott W. 


Todd E. 


Carter 


Krest 


Bade 


Kezman 


Wathen 


Management 


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Psychology 


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Music 


Ron S. 


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Saudia E. 


Dawn Koren 


Karen E. 


Mattson 


Houhoulis 


Gajadhar 


Smith 


Eubanks 


Management 


Marine Science 


Psychology 


Sociology 


Visual Arts 


Brett B. 


Barbara L. 


Olga 


David S. 


Yolanda E. 


Kennedy 


'Billygoat Barb" 


Athanasiou 


Graham 


Burke 


Management 


Jenkins 


Psychology Humanistic Psychology/ 




Eliasib 


Mathematics 


"Finally !" 


Religious Studies 


Collene A. 


Ortiz 








Karcher 


Management 








Visual Arts 


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Julia 


Nancy N. 


Patricia L. 


Mary E. 


Kubiak 


Ligon 


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Miller 


Wood 


Management 


Philosophy 


Psychology 


Sociology Visual Arts 



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Scott Kezman 
No! No! Not Santa Claua! 




Wendy Foote 
Oh, this is the life! 





Gina Tollini 
Hey, Good-Looking! 




Elizabeth Hightower 




Ed Anderson 






John Peppe "Could you keep it down, 
I'm on the phone here?" 



Richard McNair 






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David Neff 



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John Peppe 
His Intellectual Side 




Heather Dawn Schawb 
"Ooh, this blanket feels pretty good!" 53 




Shana Smith 




Sherrie Rouce 
What's going on over there? 



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Pick-a-boo 



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Peter Kubiak 

Mother's wig and sister's dress. 

What's next? 








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Shana Smith 
I love the ocean! 




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Robert Merrit 
Watch the birdie! 




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Russ Newman 









Clint Ferrara 
Love that watermelon! 




David Neff 
Ride 'em cowboy! 



Pete Kubiak 




Jim Heaton 
Terrorized by his new toy 



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Brett Rahall 
Lederhosen are the best! 





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Huh? 




Chris Brinales 

What an innocent child. 

What happened? 




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Jeff Moreno 
Catch that duck! 




Kate Johnson 
Yah! 




Sheila Gibbons 
It's for you, Daddy. 




John Peppe 
Soccer's my game 




Joe Bianconi 
Where's your hair, Joe? 




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Daniel Oman 



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Saudia Gajadhar 




Karen Haines 
Giddy-up! ! 
Love those blue denim boots! 




Sylvia Golden 
Who are these girls? 




Terry Grantges 
"Do you think the pros will sign me next year?" 




Bo and Cindy Ennis 
"Mom, she's touching me! 



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Jim Heaton 
Young Artist 




Wendy Foote 



Richard Scallion 
My toe! My toe! 




RosB & Russ 
in their earlier days. 






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Liz Braun 

I'm going. I'm really gonna leave. I mean it. 

You'll never see me again Bye. Here I go. 








Rebecca Nelson 
Wow! Check that dude out! 




Todd Copeland 
You look so cute, Todd. 5 r 



Michael Gross 
Hey! This one's empty! 




Quinn Jennngs 
Such a serious girl 




Scott Bellefleur 
It's Tubby Time! 




Russ Newman 
Asleep, finally. 



Doug Campbell 

You wanted a picture, 

and you got it! 




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Michelle Voisen 
How could you do this. Mom? 



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Michelle Voisen 
Smile! 




Rita Harcrow 
Join me for lunch? 




Charlotte Kondracki 
I'm not ready for the ball yet! 




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Kelley Carrick 
Mirror, mirror on the wall 



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Richard Scallion 
Caught with his pants down! 



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Michelle Dalton 
Plenty of room to roll. 






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Toni Ann Pomianowski 
Queen for a day 



Ed Kalpakian 
Looking for a free ride! 





Chris Lamarca 

How about putting some 

water in this pool? 




Chris Carter 

Caught in the act! 




Chris Carter 
I want my cake! 




Cindy Ketterling 
Happy with Santa's presents 



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Toni Ann Pomianowski 
Hi, Mom! Hi, Dad! 




Shana Smith 

Splish, splash! I wa 

taking a bath. 







Eliasib Ortiz 
Let me out! 







Tracey Ann Merrithew 
and friend 



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Sure, I'll pose for a picture. 








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Jeannie Connell 
How about a swim? 




Michelle Voisen 
Merry Christmas! 



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Help me! I'm stuck! 



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Sylvia Golden 




Lorraine Tonna 




Richard McNair 




Richard McNair 
A James Dean look alike? 





Christin Pomykala 
Watch out for the . . . tree! ! 



Howard Ennia 
"What do you mean it's supper time already? 



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Howard Rutherford 
"Come on in Howie!" 



Donna Foote 




Paul Cunha and brothers 
Rub-a-dub-dub three men in a tub 




Richard McNair 




Margaret Racaniello gj 

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I LOVE the beach. 



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Are you going to push me, or 
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Hey, Babe. What ya doin'? 




Diane Mennella 
Any requests? 





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Leave me alone. 



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I think I can stuff a little 

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Dear Karen, 
Congratulations ! ! ! 
You have reached the 
half way point of your 
career. We are so proud 
of you. We love you very 
much. Remember we are 
always a phone call 
away. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Donald 
p.s. Dad wants to know 
if he can borrow a $20. 




Best Wishes 

to the 

Eckerd College 

Class of '88. 

Especially to Steven 

Carbone from the 

"Carbone" family and all 

his supporters ! 

From Andonu, Mai 






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Loving and sincere wish- 
es for your future. May 
the Rainbow of Good 
Luck, much happiness 
and great success follow 
you throughout your life. 
We are very proud of 
you, and love you very 
much. Toni, you are a 
dream come true. 
Go for it ! ! ! 

Love, Mom & Willy 




To our son who has 
realized his parent's 
hopes and made them 
very proud. We wish him 
enduring love, hard work 
and good health. 




David Trieloff 
The B-day boy 






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To Sylvia, 

You're my favorite (and 

only) sister (even though 

you really are adopted, 

you know). Good luck at 

law school. I know you 

can do it! 

Deine Leibe Schwester, 

Bhat-wanna 

Dear Clare, 

You made it! Finally, 
huh? Congrats. Thanks 
for all the friendship 
and support you have 
given me. Without you it 
would not have been the 
same. You've opened up 
and shared your life and 
your love. I wish you 
and Paul all the happi- 
ness in the world. Good 
luck and God bless. 
Love, 
Sandi 

Dear Chris, 

Do you know what a pain 
you have been? Barely 
worth the trouble, let me 
tell you! But I really 
needed help, and you are 
a real sucker for needy 
people (like myself). 
Good luck with your life. 
I will definitely miss 
you. Congratulations! 
Sonya 

Susie, 

We are proud of you. 

CONGRATULATIONS ! ! 

Mom & Dad 



Dawn, 

Congratulations! We miss 
you. You were a cool 
RA; we could doany- 
thing we wanted, and 
you were always there to 
help. Say "hi" to Rick. 
Sandi, Sonya, & Stace 

To all my bestest friends 
in the world, can you 
believe we are finally 
graduating?!? It's been a 
long four years, but we 
made it through with the 
help of each other. It's 
been a blast, and let's 
not do it again. I love 
you all and thanks for 
everything! I'll miss you 
all dear and much and 
come visit me soon in the 
Windy City. 
Love, 

Chris Brinales 
p.s. Thanks Mom & 
Hendricks 

To Margaret, 

Don't present your body 

parts too much while at 

law school. Watch out for 

Jane's lists! Good luck in 

the future. 

Sandi (Clare's cool Cuz) 

Donna, 

We wish you all the best 
that life can bring in 
your future, work, and 
personal life. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Linda 



Sly Dog, 

Esst meine Scheize! 

Thanks for teaching me 
this little German phrase; 
it's come in handy. I 
wish you and Terry the 
following: lots of $, lots 
of love, lots of success 
(and even more $). If I 
know you, you'll have it 
all (in excess). 
I love ya, 
Bernhardt 

To anyone who has been 
carting Chris Brinales' 
sorry ass all over Florida 
the past four years: 
Thank - you ! ! ! 

To Loni, Kathy, Elise, 
Karen, Steph, and 

Bradlea: 

You are my closest 
friends in the world. 
And don't forget, no 
matter where we are, we 
will get together for our 
weddings. HAH ! ! ! 
Love you all, 
Chris B. 

To the class of '88, 
CONGRATULATIONS ! ! 

from the yearbook staff 

To TV, 

Congratulations and good 
luck in the future. 
Thanks for everyting; 
you taught me a lot about 
life and myself. I hope 
to see you again. 



Gina, 

We pray God's blessings 
are upon you as you as 
you continue your edu- 
cation. You have used 
God's gifts to you wise- 
ly. Your quest for 
knowledge will be well 
rewarded. You continue 
to make us very proud. 
Love Mom, Dad, & Gregg 

Dear Chris, 

Our wish is for your 

health, happiness and 

peace where ever you go 

and always remember 

you are in our hearts 

forever. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

Wishing you every hap- 
piness and good luck for 
the future. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Louise, Lori, 
Chuck, Cathy and 

Courtney, Randy, Billy 

A graduation wish and 
congratulations to the 
Greatest Daughter on 
Earth: 

Our only Wish is that you 
have stretched your mind 
half as much as you have 
stretched our pockets. 
With much admiration, 
Your Loving Parents 



Whatever you do, we 
wish you luck. Where 
ever you go, we wish you 
joy. And whatever 
happens, we wish you 
success. No one deserves 
it more than you. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Brian, 

I wish that someday 
you'll have a child who 
will bring to your life 
even half the joy and 
pride that you have 
brought to mine. 

Love, 

Mom 

Dear Diana, 

Congratulations - and all 

the best Today, 

Tomorrow and Forever ! 

Love Always, 

Mom, Dad, 

"Sis" and Higgins 



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Congratulations Chris: 

We are all so proud of 
you and your achieve- 
ments. May your future 
be bright, full of happi- 
ness and may all your 
dreams come true ! 
Much love. 
Dad, Mom & Jim 

We wish for you a Future 
filled with laughter, love, 
good health, and every 
success. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

You were born great in 
'68. By '78 you'd proved 
first rate. Now it's '88 
and you graduate. For '98 
we all can't wait ! 
Look out world here 
comes Shana Banana ! ! ! 
Much love. 
Mom, Dad, and Chelsea 

To Sandy, we tip our hat, 
in Eckerd classes he did 
sat. He's earned his 
degree, he's proud as can 
be, and what do you 
think of that? 
Congratulations ! 
Dad, Mom, Marc & Sue 

Keep looking up ! 

Luke 21:28 



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To Cristin Eve, 
None of us Knows what 
is ahead . . . The import- 
ant thing is to use today 
wisely and well, and 
face tomorrow eagerly 
and cheerfully and with 
the certainty that we 
shall be equal to what it 
brings. 

from Channing Pollock 
Love, Mom & Dad 



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Our first College Grad- 
uate: We are so proud. 
Congratulations! 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, Astrid & 
Christian 



Eddie, 

Congratulations on your 
graduation. You have 
truly worked diligently 
to assure that this 
moment will come. This 
is an excellant achieve- 
ment, and we are so very 
proud of you. We wish 
you much success in 
your future endeavors. 
God Bless you, and may 
your good fortune touch 
the lives and hearts of 
others. -^ 

Love, 

Your Family 



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May this beguiled and 
charmed composure turn 
into a snarling, fearsome 
combatant, legal mind. 

We wish you a future 
full of joy and happi- 
ness just as you have 
given to us. We are so 
proud of you. 

Dear Kathy 

Congratulations ! 

We love you ! 

Dad & Mom 

liana. 

May you find the 
ultimate wave. 

Mom, Dad & Dailah 

Remember to stop and 
smell the flowers along 
the way. 

Go Big John ! Yea ! 
Love, 

Hiller Family 
Dickson Family 
Card Family 



Dear Chris: 

We're so proud of you !! 
You have a wonderful 
future ahead of you ! 

All Our Love ! 

Mom, Hendricks & Joe 

Lorraine, 

We are grateful for the 
wonderful years we had 
together and proud to 
have a daughter like you. 
May all your moments in 
life be filled with sur- 
prises and joy. 

Love, 

Daddy & Mom 
Cindy Ketterling 

Congratulations ! 
Remember ! The answers 
to all the Great Question 
of Life, The Universe 
and everything is 

42 
Love Dad and Mom 

May all your future days 
be filled with happiness ! 
Love ya. 
Mom & Dad 



To Charlotte Kondracki: 
Congratulations on your 
graduation, and we wish 
you all the success and 
happiness you deserve in 
life. 
Love - Dad & Carol 

My wish for my son, 
Richard Scallion: I'm 
thankful for your years 
at Eckerd and proud of 
your accomplishments 
there. My hope for you 
is that, along with the 
head knowledge, you 
will have the 

compassionate heart 

that will be needed to 
serve well as a medical 
doctor. May God 

strengthen you for the 
years ahead. 

Love ya, 
Mom 



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Sylvia, 

Ich wunchc dir alles 

gute aus Weiter feme. 

Deine Oma 



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To Charlotte, 
Your Grandmother wish- 
es you every happiness 
and success in your 
future endeavors. 
Bless you always, 
Grams Kondracki 



We thought and thought 
for the greatest wish ever 
something original, 
spectacular or funny - 
but our wish is simple. 
We wish Richard success 
in his work, health, 
wealth and happiness - 
and no more car acci- 
dents! Congratulations 
from his very proud 
Mom, Dad & sister. 



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Dear Kelley, 

We would like to 
congratulate you and 
express our appricia- 
tion for the many years 
of hard work and 
dedication you have en- 
dured. We are extremely 
proud of your accom- 
plishments and of you as 
a person. 

All our Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Michelle: our wish for 
you is love, happiness 
and all that you seek. 
May your future be all 
that you want it to be. 
Thank you for being our 
daughter and sister. 
You are loved ! 
Mom, Dad, & Chris 

Holly: 

Your parents couldn't be 
prouder or happier and 
more appreciative of 
having you for a 
daughter. You truly are 
an asset and inspiration 
to today's generation. 
Congratulations, we wish 
you all the best in all 
your professional and 
personal endeavors. 
With all our love. 
Mom and Dad 



Success is not a matter 
of luck or of genius. 
Success depends on 
adequate preparation 

and indomitable deter- 
mination. We all are 
extremely proud of you 
Tracy Ann Merrithew ! 
Love Mother, Jami Sue, 
Shawn & Jim 

Dear Scott, 

We wish you success and 

joy in pursuit of your 

degree. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Jim 

Good Health 

and 
Good Fortune 
to the Class of '88 
Jean and Leslie Carter 

God's blessings 

to all 

1988 graduates. 

from 

Mr + Mrs Gerald Karcher 

Way to go Janner ! 

Love, 

Mom, Pops, Scimps, 

Sweetest, Aunt Bearsie, 

Libbers, Francers, and 

Neakers 

Go for it, Quinn ! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 



Congratulations ! 
Kimberley Smith 
Four years of memories ! 
A lifetime of opportun- 
ities! We're proud of you! 
Love, 
Your Family 

To Rita Bea 

Best wishes and good 

luck in your future 

life. 

We love you 

Mom & Dad 

Charlotte - 

I couldn't be happier 

for you or prouder of 

you - 

Love ya. 
Mom 

Dear Junior: 

We knew you could 
and you did. We are 
proud of you. 
Congratulations! 
With Love 
Mamita & Papita 

We wish 
the Class of '88 
Health, Wealth 
and Happiness 
For the Future 

Bob and Marie Bade 



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might as well be the one. Only the good 
die young. 

Billy Joel 

In the silence, I think of you. 
I send a message, I hope it gets through. 

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light and the strangest of places, if you 
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Changes in lattitiides. changes in 
attitudes, nothing feels like the same. 
With all of my running and all of my 
cunning, if I couldn't laugh. I just would 
go insane. 

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The world is full of compromise, the 
infinite red tape but the music's got the 
magic it's your one chance to escape, so 
turn me on- turn me up - it's your turn to 
dream, a little magic power makes it 
better than it seems. 

Triumph 



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but you're the master of your own testing 
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PATRON PAGE 



The 1988 Logos staff would like to thank the following people for their time and 
contributions, for they made the yearbook what it is. 






Cigdem Akkan 
Lula Mae Anderson 
Bill & Joann Athanasiou 
Robert & Marie Bade 
Clifford & Jo-Ann Basley 
Ann Beaulac 
Lynn Bellefleur 
Richard & Marjorie Black 
Mathias Bourgeois 
Thomas & Doris Branam 
James & Barbara Braun 
John Brennan, Sr. 
Anthony L. Bryant 
Sally Burnham 
Dorothy Campbell 
Renate Campbell 
Joseph & Mary Carbone 
George & Martha Carrick 
Leslie & Joan Carter 
Kathleen Cervenka 
Janet Colburn 
Edward & Olivia Connell 



Clare Conzelman 
Charles & Janice Crank 
Fernando & Rachel Cunha 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dalton 
Luther & Sherry Davis 
Richard & Jean Dewis 
Frederick & Cecilia Dimpfel 
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Dube 
Richard & Patricia Dunbar 
Howard & Sandra Lee Ennis III 
Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Eubanks 
William & Camille Flores 
Thomas & Martha Foote 
David & Bibi Gajadhar 
Wesley & Ann Gallagher 
Edward Gavillan 
Mary Giangrasso 
John & Patricia Gibbons 
Jack & Erika Golden 
David & Carol Grantges 
Lauren Greene 
Charles & Dorothy Gross 



Donald & Use Harcrow 

Robert & Margo Hartman 

James Hathaway 

Dale & Jane Heaton 

Tom & Pat Hellyar 

James Hightower, Jr. 

C. Richard & Bessie Hill 

Walter & Martha Hiller 

Sandra Holtzclaw 

Edith & Isadore Hoppenfield 

Peter & Victoria Jennings 

Frank & Norma Johnson 

Gwendola Jones 

Edward & Norma Kalpakian 

Gerald & Carol Karcher 

Donald & Elizabeth Kennedy 

Walter & Rose Dora Ketterling 

William & Elizabeth Kezman 

Arthur Kubiak 

Joseph & Norene Lamarca 

N. Diane Leatherman 

James Randall Light 

John & Avira Mallary 

Norman & Marjorie Mather 

Peggy McAllister 

John & Camelia Mennella 

Lawrence & Carole Merrit 

Anita & Tracey Merrithew 

Alan & Linda Neff 



John & Nancy Nelson 

Mark Norstein 

Judy Oman 

Sabina Ortiz 

Frank & Betty Pelligrino 

John & Janet Peppe 

William Pike 

Ronald & Ann Pomykala 

Sam & Lorraine Rahall 

Roger & Carol Reid 

Robert & Eleanor Rounce 

Phyllis Scallion 

Ronald & Mary Schroeder 

Norman & Sandi Schwab 

Jane Singleton 

Albert & Deborah Smith 

Garland & Evelyn Smith 

Jerry & Julia Springer 

Angela Stewart 

James & Paula Thomas 

Jerry & Carol Tollini 

Edward & Peggy Tonna 

Robert & Justine Topkin 

Paul & Maxine Trieloff 

Richard & Jane Van Tassel 

Harold & Maxine Voisin 

John & Veryl Wathan 

Mildred Weiner 

Barbara Wolff 




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